RootsTech 2019 Registration Now Open!

September 28, 2018  - by 

Are you excited for next year’s RootsTech?

Registration for RootsTech 2019, the largest family history event in the world, is now open. It is scheduled for February 27–March 2, 2019, at the Salt Palace Convention Center in Salt Lake City, Utah.

 

RootsTech is an annual 4-day family history and technology conference. Those who attend are encouraged to discover their family roots and preserve and share their heritage. In 2018, more than 27,000 people attended, gathering from all 50 U.S. states and 47 different countries.

RootsTech 2019 will include more than 300 informational sessions and many well-known keynote speakers, including Steve Rockwood, CEO of FamilySearch International. The conference will also feature interactive activities, exhibitors in the expo hall, and computer lab classes led by industry professionals. All these events and more are designed to inspire attendees and empower them to seek out their own genealogical findings. A full schedule for RootsTech 2019 events can be found online.

Conference Format Changes

This year, RootsTech is undergoing several changes to formatting, logistics, and events. These updates are designed to provide a more positive experience to patrons and more streamlined transitions from session to session. These changes include:

  • “Power hour” classes for learning family history skills.
  • No more lines at registration.
  • Adjustments to classroom sizes.
  • A new area for check-in.

Learn more about these and other changes on the RootsTech blog.

Early Bird Discount for RootsTech 2019

Until October 12, early bird discount pricing is available on 4-day passes at just $189 (a $110 discount). Single-day RootsTech passes are also available for $99. Both one-day and full conference passes include access to the popular expo hall and keynote sessions.

Visit RootsTech.org to register early and learn more about the RootsTech 2019 genealogy conference.

 

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    1. Micah, a family history skill is an ability relating to family history work. A genealogy conference is a gathering of professionals and amateurs in the field of genealogy, that typically has classes, sessions, and seminars relating to the improvement of genealogy work. Family history skills are often taught at genealogy conferences. RootsTech is the largest genealogical conference in the world.

  1. My wife has been trying to register for this class WITHOUT success. do you have a phone number we can call , PLEASE. Ivan

  2. I am deaf and possibly will be interested in some classes and/or seminars. Will there be any sign language interpreter(s) be provided when requested?

  3. The rootstech.org “contact us” site is not working so I’m posting this…
    I paid $129 to view 18 virtual classes, per your advertisement.
    However, when I go to the Streaming Schedule and look under “Recorded Classes at RootsTech 2019 (US)”, I only see 12 classes listed. Can you provide the list of classes I will be able to view.